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Relationship of Head Position to Blood Flow/Neuro Function

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Head Position: Neutral-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-normal. NS-normal
Head Position: Flexion-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-normal. NS-normal
Head Position: Extension-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-Usually normal. NS-Decreased
Head Position: Side Flexion-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-Slight decrease in ipsilateral artery. Normal in contralateral artery. NS- Decrease on ipsilateral side. Increase on contralateral side.
Head Position: Rotation-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-Slight decrease in ipsilateral artery. Significant decrease in contralateral artery. NS-Decrease on ipsilateral side.Increase on contralateral side.
Head Position: Extension and Rotaion-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-Bilateral decrease, greater in contralateral artery. NS-Bilateral decrease, greater on ipsilateral side.
Head Postion: Flexion and Rotation-Blood Flow? Neuro Space? BF-Bilateral decrease. NS-Decrease on ipsilateral side. Increase on contralateral side.
Created by: don74key